Strategic Planning for 2014-2015 School Year
- October 9, 2013 - Strategic Plan Meeting - Section I: Share
- October 16, 2013 - Strategic Plan Meeting - Section II: Analyze and Interpret
- October 23, 2013 - Strategic Plan Meeting - Section III: Articulate Strategies
- November 4, 2013 - Board of Education Work Session
- November 18, 2013 - Board of Education Regular Meeting
2012 Strategic Plan - Approved November 19, 2012
2011 Strategic Plan - Approved November 21, 2011
Additional Information Documents
Organizations Serving Kodiak
*To support and speak on behalf of children and youth in the schools, in the community, and before governmental bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children;
*To assist parents in developing the skills they need to raise and protect their children;
*To encourage parent and public involvement in the public schools of this nation.
- East PTA
- Main PTO
- North Star PTA
- Peterson PTA
- Kodiak Middle School PTSA
- Kodiak High School PTSA
APICC works to create, connect, and enhance the quality of career development, training and educational programs available to prepare Alaskans for careers.
ALMA - The Latin Association of Women in Alaska
ALMA has held classes on hair cutting, home-buying, starting a business and operating a food booth at Kodiak's Crab Festival every May. The Council, a volunteer organization that works with victims of domestic violence, is a link between Filipino women and the Kodiak Women's Resource Center.
Chamber of Commerce
Mission Statement: Promote development of a strong and diverse economy for the Kodiak region through active leadership and opportunities for membership involvement.
BPOE 1772/Elks Lodge
The Order spends more than $80,000,000 every for benevolent, educational and patriotic community-minded programs in such fields as benefiting physically handicapped children, sponsoring Elks National Foundation scholarships, scouting, athletic teams, veterans' works, a national "Hoop Shoot" free-throw contest involving 3 million children, physical and occupational therapy programs and patriotic programs.
Healthy Tomorrows was formed in the summer of 2008, after a Community Health Assessment was conducted for Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center. Healthy Tomorrows is focused on working with youth on health and wellness. Tomorrows Kodiak, a community action team sharing a vision and commitment to our community’s health and well being.
FITC - Fisheries Industrial Technology Center
The mission of the UAF SFOS Fishery Industrial Technology Center is to increase the value of Alaska's fishing industry and marine resources through research, technological development, education and service.
Kodiak College is committed to living our stated core values: Lifelong Learning, Diversity, Expertise, Knowledge, Respect, Engagement, Equity, and Service.
The Kiwanis Club sponsors youth organizations such as Kodiak High School Key Club, Boy Scouts. Their commitment to these groups extends beyond financial support. Kiwanis members serve as advisors and actively participate in projects organized by these youth groups.
KIHA - Kodiak Island Housing
Kodiak Island Housing Authority was created by state statute in 1978 to assist low to moderate-income families with safe, decent and affordable housing opportunities on Kodiak Island. Youth programs include training in life skills and a variety of recreational and community programs. A summer mentoring program provides youth positive role models, and helps develop positive interaction among various age and ethnic groups. Youth scholarships are available to promote leadership and development in culturally relevant activities such as Native Youth Olympics, Dig Afognak, Spirit Camp and Native Educators.
KIBSD Migrant Education
The objective of the Migrant Education Program is to provide services and materials to benefit our migrant students. Some of the benefits and services available are free breakfast/lunch to public school students, academic materials, cell phone service, parent facilitators, summer totes program and reading incentive program.
Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That's because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy.
Rotary Youth Exchange offers students ages 15-19 the chance to travel abroad for cultural exchanges of one week to a full academic year. Rotary clubs and districts sponsor and host more than 8,000 youth exchange students a year.
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) are seminars sponsored by clubs and districts to encourage and recognize the leadership abilities of youth and young adults ages 14-30.
Kodiak Senior Citizens Center
To provide support services to those people 60 and over on Kodiak Island so that they might live longer with independence, honor and dignity.
Soroptomist International of Kodiak
Soroptomist provide scholarships for young women and protect against, prevention of neglect, abuse and exploitation of women. For more information go to http://www.soroptimistnwr.com.